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Noble’s team of physical, occupational and speech therapists are specialists in working with patients age 50 and older, using a comprehensive, thorough approach that treats each patient not as a symptom but as a whole person.
Our staff is skilled in providing individual care for patients with orthopedic, neurological and cognitive disorders as well as swallowing and eating difficulties. In addition to more traditional forms of therapy, Noble’s rehabilitation staff are experts in advanced clinical practice techniques that can effectively treat a variety of conditions.
For those recuperating from surgery, an injury or illness, a short-term residential rehab room in Wagner Terrace bridges the critical transition between hospital and home, typically between two to four weeks.
Eleven attractively furnished rooms, equipped with a lift-recliner chair, flat screen television, DVD and WiFi internet access, are set aside for short-term rehabilitation, because healing happens best in comfortable and relaxing surroundings.
Key to recovery are 24-hour nursing care and daily therapy sessions. The goal is to help short-term residential rehabilitation patients to regain strength, balance and flexibility so that they can resume their regular routines at home as quickly and safely as possible.
After returning home, many short-term rehab patients continue their therapy in our outpatient rehabilitation center, which also treats cottage and Cobble residents. The cornerstone of our philosophy is consistency. Patients are treated by the same therapist through the rehabilitation period and typically transition to working with a personal trainer in Noble’s Fitness Center.
Noble's physical, occupational and speech therapists work with a variety of diagnoses in close consultation with the patient's personal physician. Patients anticipating elective surgery are encouraged to begin pre-operative therapy that can achieve easier and quicker post-op recuperation. In addition to more traditional forms of therapy, Noble's staff provides advanced clinical practice (ACP) techniques that can effectively treat such conditions as incontinence, chronic pain, weakness, decreased sensation and other symptoms related to neuropathy, diabetes or fibromyalgia. Their goal is for each of their patients to gain and maintain the highest possible level of functioning.